Uptime Institute Symposium: Middle East Media Partners

Arabian Computer News

Arabian Computer News (ACN) is the region’s leading monthly business, technology analysis magazine. Read by senior level MIS managers and board level executives its regular features, analysis and insights campaign to help develop the role of the Middle East’s CIO, and ensure the power he or she wields in the data centre is transposed to the wider sphere of business influence. ACN is considered a must read publication in the IT industry, and has remained the most influential Middle East computer magazine for IT decision makers for more than 30 years.

With a BPA audited circulation of 10,912 subscribers and with ACN’s respected awards programme, no other publication promises the same reach to the Middle East’s ICT community. Published by ITP Technology Publishing, ACN is available every month in print and digital formats for the information hungry ICT executive.

To subscribe please visit: www.itp.com/subscriptions
 

Business Islamica

When launched in November 2006, Business Islamica was the first monthly magazine of its kind in the Middle East, specifically covering all aspects of Islamic business and finance both regionally and internationally. The magazine's objective is to spearhead awareness initiatives about Shari'ah-based finance, heighten knowledge of its core principles and practices and feature the latest developments in this industry. Islamic finance, which was once considered as no more than an interesting aspect on the periphery of mainstream finance, has emerged as a major global force, developing and growing faster than its conventional counterpart. Our editorial covers interviews with key industry leaders, case studies, and features on a wide range of topics such as; Islamic Banking, Wealth Management, Takaf ul (Islamic Insurance) , Islamic investments, Marketing and Branding of Shari'ah-compliant products, Regulatory Issues, Islamic Financial Markets, Sukuk, Islamic Evolution and Global Islamic developments.
 

Developing Telecoms

Developing Telecoms is the web portal for mobile and telecoms in emerging markets worldwide. We keep visitors up-to-date with opportunities, technologies, products and services that are transforming communications and empowering communities. Our influential audience covers the decision making chain from ministers and c-level executives to senior technical, marketing and operational managers, researchers, advisers, consultants and integrators. With 16,000 monthly visitors and 26,000 weekly newsletter subscribers Developing Telecoms is the most widely referenced and trusted global information source about telecoms in emerging markets used by operators, service providers, governments and large enterprises throughout Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
 

Media Partners will play a key role at Uptime Institute Symposium: Middle East. We recognize the mutual benefits of media partnerships, and have designed a program that gives you the opportunity to expand your audience reach.

As a media partner you would have exposure to our audience via inclusion in the following marketing:

  • Inclusion as a media partner on Symposium: Middle East website
  • 1 Media Partner delegate registration at no charge for representatives from Media Partner organization
  • Option to upload a one-page PDF to the pre/post-event portal
  • Inclusion of media sponsor periodical on event literature table
  • The opportunity to record podcasts, or give editorial opportunities, with identified speakers at Symposium: Middle East

Interested in become a media partner? Contact Ali Saland